Legal complaint targets authorities over Notre-Dame lead pollution

A joint formal legal complaint for 'placing the lives of others in danger' has been filed by Paris residents, a trades union and an anti-pollution association over the lack of action to remove significant lead contamination that fell around Notre-Dame cathedral due to the April 2019 blaze which severely damaged the landmark. 

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Paris city authorities and public health officials have been accused in a legal complaint of failing to safeguard the health of people living near Notre-Dame cathedral due to lead pollution caused by the fire that nearly destroyed the monument two years ago, reports FRANCE 24.